We’ve already listed and reviewed the very best smartphones below $300, and we proudly stand by our selection. Now, all of a sudden, a certain Xiaomi landed in our office, and it’s shaking up the budget-friendly segment just like its predecessors.
Cyber Monday is tomorrow, and analysts predict we’re about to witness the biggest online shopping day in history, with shoppers expected to spend more than $3 billion on shopping sprees across the internet.
It’s been said before — many times before — but it’s hard to overstate: Shop for games in bulk, when prices are at their cheapest. Do your shopping during the festive seasons, and avoid full-priced games like a plague if you want to stretch your dollar furthest.
Whenever we get asked whether to buy a current midrange smartphone or a similarly priced flagship from last year, we normally suggest the latter. After all, they were once the pride and joy of their respective brands, and buying them below the original retail price is a great deal.
Facebook has been experiencing a lot of heat lately for its involvement in the spreading of fake news, especially during the recently concluded US election period. CEO Mark Zuckerberg is adamant that misleading headlines aren’t enough to sway public votes, but the fact remains users are still prone to falling into traps when it comes to both privacy and security risks.